It’s PSL season!!! Since becoming lactose intolerant, I haven’t trusted ordering fancy coffee drinks out. I actually have recently switched to drinking black tea in the morning instead of a cup of coffee. It’s not that I don’t enjoy coffee anymore, I just needed the change. As the cold front has been moving through north Texas, I have been indulging in a pumpkin spice latte to perk me up during that 2pm slump. It’s not just dairy-free, it’s vegan! So everybody can enjoy it! Continue reading
Did you think colorful lunch bowls were just for summer? Think again! This sweet potato and apple quinoa salad is full of spinach and walnuts with a bright dressing. Call it a Buddha bowl, hippie bowl, goddess bowl – whatever you call it, make sure you give this a try! Continue reading
This creamy pumpkin sauce is beyond comforting and just the right meal to bring yourself into the fall season. Choose your favorite pasta and smother it with this savory sauce!
I am just all about the treats coming into this fall season! Pies, crumbles, cookies, and more. Don’t even get me started on comforting casseroles and warming soups! I cannot wait to share all my cold weather favorites with you. Back to the star of this post – These cookies are soft and chewy and seem to never dry out thanks to the magical coconut oil! Continue reading
I grew up eating risotto often and I totally took it for granted! Lately, I’ve been making it more but sometimes risotto can be too demanding and time-consuming. This dinner takes about 1 hour and the results are a creamy delicious dish that can be served by itself or with a protein. Continue reading
Some of my favorite kinds of pasta are the ones cooked with veggies in their pasta water. It makes for a very creamy like sauce that I just can’t get enough of! Especially since I can’t add cheese or cream to achieve that lip smacking goodness. Continue reading
This homemade creamed corn is fresh, comforting, and filling. Leave the guilt at the door because this lighted up and vegan side dish is warm, creamy, and just what you’ve been longing for.
I received free samples of Libby’s Fruits & Vegetables mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Libby’s Fruits & Vegetables and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
Before developing lactose intolerance, I would literally eat creamed corn as an after school snack. I was obsessed! If you’ve ever enjoyed creamed corn, you know how unhealthy some can be. That is far from the case with this recipe–dare I say this is healthy? We’ll agree on healthyish! Continue reading